So, I've decided a couple things:
1- I hate sashing. I like how it looks when it's done, but the process is boring to me. Particularly when using thin strips. I have all Steiger's blocks sewn in to rows, but I haven't done the long sashing yet. I need to get on that!
2 - Baby quilts are great. You feel like you've made so much progress, and in not a lot of time.
This is the one I will be quilting as soon as I get myself to the store to get some basting spray, or break down and use safety pins.
It's for Jay's step-sister's new boy arriving next month.
Slightly wonkified log-cabinish blocks. They look like little frames.
The focal fabric, Frolic, has little owls, raccoons, birds and squirrels.
I'm hoping the chocolate minky shows up in the mail today, so I can get this finished!
Here are a couple close-ups of the blocks.
Fun to make...
I've also started on Julie's wonky mini wall quilt with orange. I tried to stick to my stash... but just couldn't. So I added a few half-yards of fabric I've been eyeing... I hope she likes it. :)